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    Sneak Peak of 2013 29er and 650b


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    Very nice. I have had mine Spark for 3 weeks now and put on about 100 miles. I love it and can't wait for my skills to improve to a point where I can justify another bike!!! I think, because of my size, I will try the 650b next, maybe even in a hard tail.

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    theres a review now up on pinkbike
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    We want prices !!!!

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    Keep waiting, Scott is getting rid of the whole name structure for their bikes. For example like Spark 29 Expert, Team, Elite, Comp, etc etc

    They will now be replacing them in this format.

    29ers - 900-970. Smaller the number the higher specd.

    650B/27.5 - 700-770- same as above, smaller number means higher model

    26 - 600-670 - you get the idea.

    This will help to lessen confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumaking View Post
    Keep waiting, Scott is getting rid of the whole name structure for their bikes. For example like Spark 29 Expert, Team, Elite, Comp, etc etc

    They will now be replacing them in this format.

    29ers - 900-970. Smaller the number the higher specd.

    650B/27.5 - 700-770- same as above, smaller number means higher model

    26 - 600-670 - you get the idea.

    This will help to lessen confusion
    and when are the shops going to at least have the specs for those newly named bikes?

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    I'd like to see a full suspension 650B in the $1600-1800 range. Any chance of that happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    I'd like to see a full suspension 650B in the $1600-1800 range. Any chance of that happening?
    I dont see why not, the 2012 lineup has the Comp in 29er and the Spark 70/60 in the 26".


    The only thing I can note is that Scott bought Synchros, so some of the house brand stuff will be replaced with Synchros brand stuff.

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    I can hardly contain my excitment for the 650B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pumaking View Post
    I dont see why not, the 2012 lineup has the Comp in 29er and the Spark 70/60 in the 26".


    The only thing I can note is that Scott bought Synchros, so some of the house brand stuff will be replaced with Synchros brand stuff.
    You see any specs/pricing on 2013 sparks yet?
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